11 June 2013 | ESI Africa
Southern Africa can achieve universal access to modern energy services if the region harnesses its renewable energy resources, according to the 33rd Southern African Development Community (SADC) energy ministers meeting that took place in Maseru, Lesotho. This is as reported by Kizito Sikuka.
The meeting concluded that the development of a renewable energy strategy will, among other things, ensure that the SADC is able to effectively manage and exploit the natural resources that are abundant in the region. Continue reading